‘Big Brother 18’ review: Victor Arroyo’s (potential) last stand before eviction

Victor -Tonight’s “Big Brother” live show for the most part is facing a predictable eviction, mostly because we’ve seen what people have been like on the live feeds over the past few days. Despite occasionally showing a few flashes of someone who could be capable of playing this game, he’s ultimately shown that he is not aware enough of how this is meant to be played. For days now, he’s just thought Tiffany was going and spent almost no time preparing for any alternative.

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Frank’s the new target – The show gave us a small taste of some of Tiffany’s handiwork to try and get Frank out, but they’re not really selling enough exactly everything that he doing to cause this reaction. This is so much more than him doing one or two things that are annoying a couple of people. There’s nothing that important to take from this for now other than that people really do want Frank out of the game.

The eviction – Now, we pour one out for Victor. Paul is the only person who didn’t vote to evict him, and we feel like that was mostly just out of friendship. He was told of the Battle Back twist, and seemed to be a nice enough guy to Julie Chen. It almost makes up for that terrible voice he used during the speech.

The next Head of Household – Hey, we’re going to see Bridgette on the show more! She won this tennis-themed competition and, in turn, hilariously kept Frank safe for the whole week. Basically, we went through almost all of this only to end up at this point. Pretty hilarious, really.

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